Ever wondered how a cracker breaks anti-tamper technology like Denuvo? Bulgarian cracker Voksi uploaded a 90-minute video that illustrates how he defeated the Denuvo V4 DRM scheme. It's highly technical so definitely not for beginners.
TorrentFreak has some background information about the 21-year old and it's pretty interesting to read that he can't even code properly in high-level language like C# and C++. He explains his talent is with the low-level assembly language, which is actually a lot harder to learn.
Voksi says his entire cracking career began with this one indie game and his desire to play it with his best friend. Prior to that, he had absolutely no experience at all. He says he’s taken no university courses or any course at all for that matter. Everything he knows has come from material he’s found online. But the intrigue doesn’t stop there.
“I don’t even know how to code properly in high-level language like C#, C++, etc. But I understand assembly [language] perfectly fine,” he explains.
For those who code, that’s generally a little bit back to front, with low-level languages usually posing the most difficulties. But Voksi says that with assembly, everything “just clicked.”